Exhibit showcasing local photographers who covered Pulse opens tonight at The Gallery at Avalon Island

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PHOTO VIA THE GALLERY AT AVALON ISLAND
  • Photo via The Gallery at Avalon Island
The Gallery at Avalon Island is hosting a month-long exhibit with photos of Orlando after the Pulse tragedy.

The "Orlando Continues" exhibit will showcase a collection of photojournalist's stories in the days following June 12, including photos from local photographers working with Daily Beast and The Wall Street Journal, as well as Orlando Weekly photographers like Ian Suarez, Joey Roulette, Jeremy Reper, Hannah Glowgower and more.  



The exhibit opens today, July 21, and will remain open everyday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. until Aug. 13.

The event is free but all gallery commissions will go to the OneOrlando fund.


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